The company that holds the naming rights to Sacramento Republic FC’s soccer stadium could have its business license suspended or revoked after being accused of overcharging customers and violating other regulations. A state official said a settlement of the charges is possible.
Hundreds of farmers in the Central Valley were told Friday they can expect zero water deliveries this year from the federal government, the latest fallout from what is likely to be a fourth straight drought year in California. The announcement came from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, which operates a system of reservoirs and canals that make up the Central Valley Project.
Sheldon beat visiting Oak Ridge 63-47 on Friday night in a Sac-Joaquin Section Division I quarterfinal, meaning the Huskies guard show now ventures into Sleep Train Arena on Wednesday on a racetrack of a big floor.
Another California state government technology project is in trouble, and this one needs $17.5 million right away or the state could be on the hook for five times that much and have nothing to show for it.
A series of livestock mutilations have perplexed Sacramento investigators, who cannot explain why headless animals are being dumped in the city. The most recent discovery came Friday, when the bodies of two very young goats that had been decapitated were found shortly before 4 p.m. at the railroad tracks at 19th and V streets.
How could an amazing building such as Marshall School sit unused in midtown Sacramento for so long? Developers should be salivating over the possibilities for turning this 1903 beauty on 1.18 acres into high-end lofts.